The Georgia Democrat who called Israeli Jews "termites" quickly apologized for "poor choice of words," but not for his other remarks.
Israel has indeed attacked Hamas terror targets in Gaza this weekend in response to repeated rocket attacks on southern Israel this past week, but the strikes were limited and “proportional.”
Israel has agreed to cooperate with a UN board of inquiry appointed by Ban Ki-moon, probing UNRWA events in Gaza this summer.
The Tamimi family expressed appreciation for Abbas’ "policies to attain freedom and independence," because, let's face it, there are a lot of beautiful, shared values there.
A cease-fire deal may be worked out. Hamas reps are in Qatar. Israel says it must keep Israelis secure.
“The posts went forth in haste by the king's commandment, and the decree was given out in Shushan…but the city…was perplexed.” – Book of Esther
Another public personality from Georgia, this one a former member of Congress, steps forward to fling public anti-Semitism at Israel.
Activist blogger Pamela Geller is petitioning New York federal court to force the city's MTA to accept an anti-Hamas 'MyJihad' ad campaign.
The family of the terrorist stabber killed by IDF Sgt. Azaria demands Israel demolish the soldier's family home as is done to those of Arab murderers.
Int'l Criminal Court at The Hague won't investigate 2010 Mavi Marmara flotilla incident.
The Temple Mount movement strongly condemns Tuesday's visit by Israeli Arab MKs to the ancient site.
A horrific display of anti-Semitic images, including one featuring Israel's prime minister, was exhibited by anti-Israel protesters this weekend in Amsterdam.
Foreign Ministry, NGO Monitor cite bias, "unreliable sources" in The Schabes Report released by UN.
One wonders how much spare time a tunnel digger actually has these days. Perhaps he has more than we realize.
The chief of UNESCO has been threatened because she knows the truth: one cannot erase Jewish history from Jerusalem.
The U.S. State Department has attacked its ally, Israel, for returning fire in combat with Hamas near UNWRA facilities.
PM Netanyahu says he will beef up security in Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria due to rising Arab violence.
AP protests to the contrary, another reporter said he was told AP reporters can't interview NGO-Monitor's Prof. Steinberg.
Hamas terrorists have begun to issue false reports to journalists as its desperation rises to win its conflict with Israel
The latest from Pallywood in Gaza...
The Palestinian Authority leader has failed to govern his people to nationhood and now hopes to rip it by force from history 100 years old.
In Arab Newspeak, every Jew is a settler and every Jew who visits the Temple Mount is, in fact, storming the Al-Aqsa mosque.
The Palestinian Authority's leading Fatah faction continues to incite more Palestinian Arabs to murder Israelis via its official Twitter account.
The IDF and the United Nations are both probing events from this summer's Gaza war. The UN is checking cases at UNRWA facilities.
Administrative detention is temporarily cancelled for the hunger-striking terrorist.